- an insignificant person
- nonsense; rubbish
Word Origin for squit
C19: dialectal variant of squirt
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Examples from the Web for squit
Historical Examples of squit
He says you don't say squit at Eton and you say Metutors not My tutors.
"Squit yer sojer foolins, Ben, and leave me pass," came from the well known voice of Serlizer.